It’s been awhile since I’ve written, so I apologize. Josh and I have not been in places with internet, recently.

Let’s jump right in! About a month ago, Josh and I were kicked out of our roommates house. One of them texted me while I was at work and told me to get my stuff out before they put it on the lawn; I was sent home from work and moved into a hotel, that night. *POOF* There goes the $600 for April’s rent (given to them two days before), the money I owed  my mother (that I was going to bring her that evening) went towards a hotel room in Caldwell, Idaho, and the $100 I had saved for Josh’s birthday. I have never felt so betrayed.

But hey, it’s been a month. We’re surviving. It’s funny to compare it to when I was younger and I had sleepovers with all my girlfriends. It’s a little different now, but I get to have a sleepover with my best friend, every night. Even if that sleepover is in my car, or on a friend’s couch.

We almost have enough to move! Moving out of state, to Texas, and I am so stoked. Time for Josh and I’s first big adventure (traveling one, at least).

I’m still working at Buffalo Wild Wings, in Nampa, and I have to say it’s my favorite place I’ve ever worked. Even if there is drama, I make a living and my colleagues are the best people I’ve ever interacted with. I’ve never had so many people offer to help me in a time of need. Thank you, guys!

I do want to give a shoutout to my mother and her boyfriend. Five minutes after me texting her about my roommates, she called and asked where she was picking me up. They helped us haul all of our stuff a city and  a half over, kept a couple boxes until we were out of the hotel.. They saved us from what could have been a really bad scene. Thank you, mom. Thank you, Jeff. I really appreciate your guys’ help through everything.

I’ve kind of been feeling like my world is in flames around me, and all I can do is light a cigarette and watch.

Not very many things have been going our way, and honestly, I really just want to ask you all to send us some positive vibes.

 

Angie